You can’t discuss modern American dining in DC without mentioning Kinship. Located just moments from your West End apartment in DC, this upscale restaurant divides their menu into distinct categories to reflect the craft, history, and ingredients of what we think about food. Craft dishes are all about a technique, while history revisits dishes that Chef Eric Ziebold has encountered on his travels. Ingredients speak for themselves, especially in dished like Old Bay–braised sunchokes or roasted moulard duck breast. Kinship also offers dishes for the table, including their signature roast chicken or whole dover sole, along with indulgences of both the sweet (chocolate cremeux) and savory (foie gras) varieties.
The style of the menu at Kinship truly fosters a collaborative dining experience, where you can pass plates and share a meal. It’s the perfect name for this creative concept. Dine in person at the bar or at one of three booths available on a first come, first serve basis. Carryout is also available from a refreshed weekly menu of seasonal dishes.